LDEQ On Air Podcast

LDEQ On Air Podcast – Episode 9 11/16/2023

In Episode 9, Environmental Scientist India Ambeau explains Louisiana’s Nonpoint Source Pollution Program and outreach.

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Discover DEQ Newsletters

Discover DEQ Newsletter – December 2023 12/28/2023

What’s Inside? Focus on 2023 – Looking Back, Message from the Secretary, LDEQ employees around the state give back in 2023, and more!

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Water News

LDEQ On Air Podcast – Episode 9 11/16/2023

In Episode 9, Environmental Scientist India Ambeau explains Louisiana’s Nonpoint Source Pollution Program and outreach.

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News Release

Wastewater System ER Plan Workshop 06/12/2023

The U.S. EPA is sponsoring a free, virtual workshop to assist wastewater systems in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas with updating or developing an Emergency Response Plan (ERP).

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Public Alerts

Prepare for the Heart of Hurricane Season 08/18/2022

The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) is encouraging everyone to keep their emergency game plan in place for what is normally our most active stretch of hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its updated hurricane forecast earlier this month. According to NOAA, conditions still favor an active season. As we’ve seen in recent years, it only takes one or two tropical events to cause massive loss across the state.

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Fact Sheets

Prepare for the Heart of Hurricane Season 08/18/2022

The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) is encouraging everyone to keep their emergency game plan in place for what is normally our most active stretch of hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its updated hurricane forecast earlier this month. According to NOAA, conditions still favor an active season. As we’ve seen in recent years, it only takes one or two tropical events to cause massive loss across the state.

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